10 Classic Disney Movies to Show Your Kids
It may seem like your kids have seen every possible Disney movie, but what about the old-school favorites? Share some of these beloved Disney flicks with your lil ones and get a chance to relive some of your favorites. From Swiss Family Robinson to Angels in the Outfield, here are 10 great Disney films to include in your next family movie marathon.
Old Yeller (1957)
Any dog-loving kid will appreciate Old Yeller, the classic touching tale of Tommy and the stray dog who becomes his best friend.
Swiss Family Robinson (1960)
Wild animals, pirates, and a tree house — what's not to love about Swiss Family Robinson? Kids are sure to fall for the tropical island adventures in this film, so don't be surprised if they request a backyard tree house after seeing it.
The Parent Trap (1961)
Chances are, your kids have seen the modern remake of The Parent Trap, so they'll find it interesting to see the original starring Hayley Mills. Make it a double feature with a Parent Trap marathon!
The Sword in the Stone (1963)
Tap into your kids' love for all things medieval with The Sword in the Stone. They'll recognize the names of King Arthur and Merlin, and they will definitely fall for the cast of quirky characters.
Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971)
A mix of animation and live action, Bedknobs and Broomsticks is a fun story of witches and magic. When the children are sent to stay with Miss Price, she puts a spell on their father's bedknob and they are taken on a series of strange, exciting adventures.
The Rescuers (1977)
Miss Bianca and Bernard are two brave mice set on saving a little girl named Penny. In The Rescuers, the pair travels far and wide on the back of their friend Orville to save Penny from an underground pirate's cave. Snag the sequel, The Rescuers Down Under, for a fun rainy day movie marathon.
Pete's Dragon (1977)
In Pete's Dragon, an orphan boy escapes from the home of his evil adoptive parents and, along with a cartoon dragon, lives in a tiny lighthouse with a kind couple — but it's not without complications. Kids will delight in this quirky film, especially the relationship between Pete and his friendly dragon.
Oliver and Company (1988)
A lost kitty named Oliver is taken in by a hilarious gang of mutts. Pet-loving tots will definitely adore Oliver and Company, thanks to its great musical numbers and funny, memorable characters.
Blank Check (1994)
What kid hasn't dreamed of suddenly having a million dollars? Your lil ones will love living out the fantasy as they watch Blank Check, a film about a 12-year-old boy who finds himself richer than he ever imagined.
Angels in the Outfield (1994)
Whether or not your kids are into sports, they'll definitely appreciate Angels in the Outfield. Roger prays for his family to be together and the Angels baseball team to win the championship, but things get complicated when real angels come to help him out.